For Sale: One Page of Creative Review

“Mother are guest editing the February issue of Creative Review and are offering one page for anyone to ‘express themselves’. Highest bidder wins a page of this creative magazine to express their creativity in any way they want. You give us some of your cash, we’ll give you one of our pages. Your page will be seen by 100,000 people. Please submit your artwork by Thursday 21 December 2006. No company logos, no adverts, no Danish cartoons.”
This was the copy that went up on eBay on 7 December 2006. This is what happened next.

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